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Nonprofit seeks volunteers in Hemet to help victims of violence, tragedy

A nonprofit that focuses on providing in-person assistance to individuals and families who have suffered a tragic loss, been victimized by crime or experienced...

How to secure a trustworthy pet sitter

TEMECULA – Welcoming a pet of any kind into a home can be a lesson in love as well as one in responsibility. Pet...

F45 Murrieta North location to hold ‘Grand Opening’ this Saturday

After a delay brought on by the COVID-19 global pandemic, a new F45 Training facility that is located on the border of Murrieta and...

Best Friends Animal Society celebrates National Puppy Day with puppy advice for new pet parents

LOS ANGELES – They’re fluffy, floppy and adorable. Their tiny toes are tender, pink and perfect. Even their breath smells magical. Seriously, what’s not...
Pastor Zachary Elliott

God is getting you ready with the small things

Zachary Elliott Special to Valley News Years ago, my wife Laura and I decided to hike to the top of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park...

Return to school as an adult

TEMECULA – Education opens many doors. Sometimes life throws a person a curveball and education is put on the back burner. Even if school...

F45 training center to open this month in Murrieta

Before the coronavirus pandemic, the F45 approach was sweeping the nation due to a strong backing by Mark Wahlberg, who put an initial $450...

Riverside County Sheriff hazardous device team remains on call 24 hours a day

If an unexploded or suspicious explosive device is found anywhere in Riverside County, one of eight highly trained sheriff’s deputies, day or night, can...

Teach your children to avoid the mistakes you made with money

WASHINGTON CROSSING, Penn. – Numerous surveys show that many Americans live paycheck to paycheck, have little saved for retirement and lack fundamental financial knowledge. Part of...

Soboba pool reopens with new safety rules and new lifeguards

Mike Hiles, Special to Valley News The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians’ tribal administration decided to have a safe reopening of its sports complex pool, July...